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    PRIDEAUX, Sir John (c.1347-1403), of Orcheton in Modbury, Devon.

    Orcheton, where he received an episcopal licence for an oratory in 1370, Combe (along with the advowson of the church), Columbjohn, and Godford. He also owned property in Ermington where he built a weir, which in 1389 was found to History of Parliament

    ASSHENDEN, Thomas II, of Dartmouth, Devon.

    1422-3; mayor 1428-9. Biography Like his putative father, Asshenden was involved in legal transactions concerning the Devonshire manors of Combe-in-Teignhead, Columbjohn and Godford, which belonged to the Prideaux family. The younger Asshenden’s interests were, in fact, very much those of History of Parliament

    ASSHENDEN, Thomas I (d.c.1393), of Dartmouth, Devon.

    and in the following year he was enfeoffed by Sir John Prideaux* of rents coming from the manors of Combe-in-Teignhead, Columbjohn and Godford. Asshenden is last recorded in April 1391 when he obtained a royal licence to transport 200 pilgrims History of Parliament

    SELMAN, John I (d.1426), of Plymouth Erle and Newnham, Devon.

    as co-patron of a prebendal church in Chulmleigh, and the earl himself made him a feoffee of the manors of Columbjohn and Dannon. Another transaction, completed on Midsummer Day 1421, by which Selman and others were granted by Earl Hugh History of Parliament

    CORP, John (d.c.1417), of Dartmouth, Devon.

    Breton vessel; and in the same year Corp was party to a conveyance of the manors of Combe-in-Teignhead, Godford and Columbjohn, then held by the widow of Sir John Prideaux*.[footnote] Corp was returned to Parliament for the second and last History of Parliament

    Parishes Charlton Adam Charlton Adam and Charlton Mackrell , 1810

    the death of another Sir Thomas Wroth in 1721 . 198 His daughter Cecily married Si r Hugh Acland of Columbjohn ( Devon ), 199 and the latter sold the property, then described as 'the remaining parts of the manors Victoria County History

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    (d. 1792), 43, 206 Collinson : Revd. John, 23 Septimus, curate of Kingstone , 209 Colston , Edw. Francis, 121 Columbjohn ( Devon ), 88 Colway , see Lyme Regis Combe (Coumbe): Rob. le, 61 Thos., vicar of Huish Episcopi Victoria County History

    Cases brought before the committee, May 1650, 01 May 1650-31 May 1650

    Information that 5 years ago Richards sent a man, and arms, and ammunition to Sir John Acland, to serve in Columbjohn, a King's garrison, and by threats caused others to do the same. 22 140 48 181 O. 9 46 Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Cases before the Committee, April 26th-30th, 1646, 26 April 1646-30 April 1646

    If he has not compounded, as reported, for Farleton tithe, it is to be sequestered. 11 281 Sir John Acland, Columbjohn, Devon, and John, his Son. Vol. G No. or p. C. 183 986 P.R. 3 93 P.E. 183 991 Subscribers-only content British History Online

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